20 Feb '16, 1am


When I stepped into the very entrance and walked for a few metres, you could see that it contains lanes after lanes of stalls selling Bindaetteok (mung bean pancakes), Jeon (fried pancakes), Bibimbap (mixed rice), Hotteok (pancakes with brown sugar filling), Tteokbokki (stir fried rice cakes), Yukhoe (raw steak tartare), Sashimi, best eaten with some Makgeolli (rice liquor).

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